This Book is an attempt to outline the Archaeology, History and Environment of the Middle Benue Valley. The Valley is a contested landscape with a rich and varied history. The different chapters are aimed at sharing basic information and heightening interdisciplinary conversations on the different aspects of the scholarship on the Middle Benue Valley. The first four chapters deal directly with aspects of the environment, ecology and archaeogenetics in the Middle Benue Valley. Chapters 5-7 deal with aspects of the archeology of the Middle Benue Valley while the remaining Chapters (8-11) deal with the historical representations of parts of the Valley focusing on the Kwararafa Question and the Etulo as well as the dissemination of agricultural technology and techniques by migrant farmers in parts of Tivland. The last Chapter deals with the role of women in rice cultivation in Gwer West. The Book is the first to come out of the Archeology of the Valley that engages both archaeologists, environmentalists, historians and philosophers in a refreshing intellectual dicourse This volume is a must read for all serious scholars.